He Was The Only Man in The Room

The moon came up round the house full of she bears.

He was the only man in the room

 

He didn’t knew who to talk to; the women were talking with each other.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The women weren’t turning to him asking what he wanted.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The women started undressing, changing their clothes, talking to each other.

He was the only man in the room.

 

One woman was vomiting. Another kept telling her morning sickness will pass.

He was the only man in the room.

 

Several women made bread, told stories.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The two redheads kept cracking jokes about short men.

He was the only man in the room.

 

In the large tub, women took turns bathing.

He was the only man in the room.

 

One woman cleaned up blood, passed another a cloth.

He was the only man in the room.

 

Women were shouting to make themselves heard; everyone talking at once.

He was the only man in the room.

 

One woman was shaving her legs, another her crotch, some didn’t shave at all.

He was the only man in the room.

 

One old woman moaning on a cot; they took turns washing her face.

He was the only man in the room.

 

One woman entered with two ducks and a shotgun.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The women plucked the ducks and started roasting.

He was the only man in the room.

 

Another woman entered with pheasants and plums.

He was the only man in the room.

 

A third woman with eggs and long cucumbers.

He was the only man in the room.

 

Lemon and tea or wine; the old woman played the guitar.

He was the only man in the room.

 

A woman gave birth to a baby on the bed in the corner.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The baby was a girl.

He was the only man in the room.

 

It got to be night time; the women paired off.

He was the only man in the room.

 

There was one extra woman, the one with a big laugh and ripe red tongue.

He was the only man in the room.

 

The butch doctor got two women.

He was the only man in the room.

 

 

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